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P A IIP
CHARLOTTE, N. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1882.
NO A 191
pegram & Co.,
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Truaks,
YVMRA M & CO.,
DAVBA PRETTY LINE OF
CENTS' and LADIES' SUPPERS.
PEGRAM & CO.,
Rave the Best -itock of
tats' llanil-Sewed Shoes
IN THE STATE.
PEG R A M & CO.,
IUVK ALL KINDS OF
QildrtDs' Shots and Slippers.
PEGRAM & CO.,
KKKPA WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Trunks and Valices
OF ALL PP ICES AND SIZES.
PEG RAM & CO.,
A LOT OK NEW
i I . ,
i ii i
11 1 IK
THE HALIFAX POLITICAL CASE.
AH the Latest Novelties.
HAVE JUsT RKCHVED A FIXE STOCK OF
I . Felt slid traw Hats
Of tlie Lapt t tj '. s.
Of iIieLttest Styles.
P E G R A M v CO.,
CAN SUIT THK'R
Wilh any k tids B OTH and SHOES THBY WISH.
PEC RAM & CO.,
KhXP AL KIND-1 OF
Shoo Dressing, French Blacking
pYgrTa m & c o.,
Can uiily on with the
BEST BRANDS and LATEST STYLES
Ladies' Hisses and Children's Shoes.
Another lot of Hoop Skirts from 40c to $1.
Mohair and Linen Ulsters In all s'yles, from $1.25
to $7. Large stock of Lace Curtains and Cretons
very cheap. Our remnant stock of Men's and
Boys Straw Hats will be closed out very low.
tW The attention of Housekeepers is called to
a good assortment of Cane Matting that we are
selling at reduced prices to close out.
T. L. Seiffle t Co.
At this season, various diseases of the
bowels are prevalent, and many lives are
lost through lack of knowledge of a safe
and sure remedy. Perry Davis' Pain
Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc, and is perfectly safe.
Read the following :
BAiffBRiDOE, N. T., March 22, 1881.
PKRBT Davis' Pain Killsb never faile to afford
instant relief lot cramp and pain in the stomach.
, , KIOHOLVH.I.E, N. Y..Feb. 2, 1881.
The eery beit medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
used it for years, and it is sure cure every time.
Julius W. Dee.
Moingona, Iowa. March 12, 188L
I have used your Pais Killer in severe cases of
cramp, colicand cholera morbus .and it gave almost
instant relief. L E. Caldwell.
. . Cabnxsvtllk, Ga., Feb. 28, 1881.
or twenty years I have used your Pain Killer
In my family. Have used it many times for bowel
complaints, and it almaye cure, would not feel saf o
without a bottle in the house. J. B. Ivte.
, 8acO, Me., Jan. 22, 188L
Have used Pebbt Davis' Pain Ktt.t,k for twelve
Jcoitj- it is eaje, eure, ana reliable. Bio mother
should allow i
) out oi the lamuy.
H. I. NATES.
. , Oneida, N.Y., Feb. 19,1881.
We be using' it over thirty years ago, and it
always gives Immediate relief, would hardly dare
to go to bed without a bottle in the house.
W. O. Spexbt.
Conwatbobo, 8. O..Feb. 22, 1881.
Nearly every family in Una section keeps a bottle
in the house. Db. E. Mobtom.
TT. S. Consulate,
Cbetxld, Rhenish Pbussia. Fetx 8, 188L
I nave known Pebby Davis" Pain KiLUBahnost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
ilOUbehold as an indispensable necttiity. - -
X 8. Potter, tf. g. Conanl.
, . . . Bubtoh-on-Tbknt, Sno.
I had been several days suffering severely from
diarrhoea, accompanied with Intense pain, when I
tried your Pain Kit.i.kb, and found almost instant
relief. . H. J. Noone.
, SI MONTAdTTB ST., LONDON. ENG.
paring a residence of twenty-three years in India,
I have given it in many cases of diarrhoea, dysen
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
relief. , . R. Clabidgk.
No family can safely be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
within the reach of alL
For sale by all druggists at 25c., 50c
and $1.00 per bottle.
PERRY DlVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
Native Blineral Water!!
Dyspepsia, Indigestien, Torpid Liver,
Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Skin Diseases,
Scrofula, Chronic Pneumonia, etc
It is a powerful Alterative Tonic and is ANTI
MALARIAL in its effects. Bead certificates from
eminent physicians in oar pamph ets.
NO AUTIFICIAL. OASES OR SALTS.
Bottled In its natural state, direct from the
Springs, which are beautifully located In Bock
bridge county, Vs., and are open for the reception
of visitors from June 1st to October 1st, each
year; capacity, 1 ,000 guests.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by Dr J. H. Mo
ADEN and Dr. T. C. 8M1TH, Charlotte, N. C.
im cm mi
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c,
HOSIERY FBOM 5c up,
FANS FROM 2c up.
AC, &C, &C.
AT TIE VARIETY STORE,
UNDER TRADERS' NAT. BANK.
C. M. ETHEREDGrE.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW NO. 8.
J4ghtet Banning aid Best Sewing Machine in the
W4rid.r Try it belort buying anyotner.
V.- AGfirtTS tTAWTEO. ' '
i w- Send for Terms and Pries Xtot. JEk -
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RICHMOND, VA. ' '
mayll - ------
A Queer Verdict.
On reviewiug the Halifax election
case, which elicited so much interest
during the past week, we find several
matters connected with it worthy of
remark. The facts did not necessarily
impute guilt to any defendant; they
were entirely consistent with an honest,
conscientious performance of duty on
the part of every one of the county
canvassers. Under the charge of the
court, and the correctness of that charge
we do not question, it is evident that
the board made a mistake in declining
to count the returns from Halifax pre
cinct. But as Judge Seymour said in
his charge, an honest mistake did not
require their conviction; their guilt de
pended only on a dishonest and corrupt
motive. The jury found that the ma
jority of the board acted honestly, and
that only two of them had. such a cor
rupt motive as to justify their convic
tion. One of the convicted defetMants
did not even cast his vote, and the ac
tion of the other had no peculiar ear
marks of a dishonest purpose connected
with it. The verdict, therefore, seemed
to us unwarranted and peculiar. It was
unnatural. In the community where
these defendants reside it would be im
possible to convince the people that
they knew their action was illegal or
that they had any corrupt purpose in the
matter. The evidence tails to disclose
a reasonable ground for their convic
tion. They made an honest mistake as
to the extent of their powers and the
scope of their duties. They were under
oath to faithfully and impartially can
vas the returns, and they came to the
conclusion that the returns, to be law
fully canvassed must be lawful returns.
They were of opinion that the Halifax
returns with the protest annexed were
not lawful returns. Perhaps a majority
of the people would agree with them
about that; and, being of that mind,
they thought it their duty not to count
them. Under the charge of the court
they ought not to have been convicted.
But the jury singled out two for con
viction, and found that all the others
had acted from a mistaken idea of their
LookiDg at the jury, we notice that it
was composed of seven negroes and five
white men, and we further nod that the
court allowed the District-Attorney in
selecting the jury to use a power that,
has never before been exercised in trials
of misdemeanors in tins State. The
court allowed the District-Attorney to
stand aside jurors tlmt he did not like,
without challenge. That is a novelty
in our courts in misdemeanor trials. It
is an innovation. There have been hun
dreds of criminal uroseeutions in the
United States courts in connection
with violations of revenue laws, &c
and such a rule was never applied in
anv of those cases, lhe question natur
ally arises why was this new rule, never
heretofore allowed in tne courts in tins
State, first applied here in an election
case, a political case? When the prac
tice was sought to be enforced before
Chief Justice Waite, in South Carolina,
Mr. and Mrs. Spoopendvke Go In and
Oat of the Poultry Business.
"My dear." said Mr. Spoopendyke, as
he appeared before his wife with a
broad grin on his face "say, my dear,
I've bought some chickens so we can
have fresh-laid eggs. Look!"
And he held out a couple of pairs of
fowls, tied by the legs, for Mrs. Spoop
"Well, upon my word!" exclaimed
Mrs. Spoopendyke. "Of all things,
chickens! Ever since we've been mar
ried I've wanted chickens."
And she approached the birds cau
tiously and with a look of misgiving
that belied her words.
"Where can we keep them V"
"In a coop, Mrs. Spoopendyke in a
coop," retorted her husband, laying the
chickens on the bed, while he took off
his coat and vest. "We might keep
them up the chimney or in the clock,
but we probably won't. We'll just keep
'em in a hen coop, and I've got the
111 11 U
Hew SbsfctXSlie Preserve Her Health
-.0,3 and Beauty.
tK?nft wJi hi?2?g Investigated this subject gives
Woman's "Beat Friend" It is adapted especially
" 6'cu wmuni, Bii-comrouing organ, the
womb .correcting its disorders, and coring any lr-
d tv, , "J" uses, or "courses." Dr. J.
nraaneld's ireraaJn ttAfmiainr ot. ut. o .,.
whites, and m "t"Ll'""
SSHttrSSWSSS KUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS
the natural dl8chanr in Pvcrrinatjin in.hnu r --v J
caaes, so often wimitlng m ulceration, falling of
wimwwuuu xroui numDeness evils and
S!.- E. b Dr. J. Bradfleld,
iinr;..., w ; A"." 81X81 'oc; large size,
vi. w. iviMuo u; ui uruggisis.
A JOB LOT OF SEVERAL LINES OF
he positively declined to permit it It
was, he said, a novelty unneara or, ano
he allowed no such power to tne prose
cuting officer. This was the decision of
the Chief Justice of the United States
sitting in the Circuit Court in South
Carolina. We know of no reason why
the practice of the court in election
cases should be different frum what it
is in oilier criminal prosecutions on the
part of the government. And as long
as such a difference is made in the
courts between cases, the verdicts wil
be viewed with suspicion.
The verdict in this particular case is
not satisfactory. Une cannot under
stand how a member of the board, who
refrained from voting on a proposition,
cau te singled out from the others of.
the board who voted affirmatively, as
guilty of corruptly taking action which,
as a matter of fact, he did not take at
But the verdict was the work of the
jury, after remaining out sixteen hours,
chosen under a rule that has never be
fore been obtained in any court in
North Carolina, under which the Dis
trict Attorney had the advantage of
securing iust such honors from the
panel as he preferred. In an ordinary
mind a connection will naturally arise
between this novel practice, adopted
only in cases of political cast, and this
verdict which seems so peculiar apa in
defensible. They are the two peculiari
ties of the case ; they go togetner. ur
dinary folks will see in them only cause
and effect. It had Deen Detter ror tne
moral offect of the verdict had the court
adhered to the practice heretofore in
voeue in like criminal cases in tne
Federal and State courts in North Caro
lina. The law of the court has been
long settled ; it is the practice. Novel
departures in special cases impart to
the court and to the proceedings an air
of having a special object in view a
purpose to convict and an apprehen
sion that a conviction cannot be secur
ed under the ordinary rules of the
court. It must be borne in mind that
Chief Justice Waite repudiated this
practice, and would not allow it in the
Federal Court where he was sitting.
Speaking of Calvinists brings up a
story told me by Mr. Handy, of Phila
delphia, yesterday, about a meeting be
tween Senator Vance, of North Caroli
na, and Gov. Hoyt, of Pennsylvania, at
Yorktown,one of whom had been in
the Rebel army and the other in the
Union army. There was a saloon con
venient, into which they went, and
having had a drink or two, Vance said
"What church do you belong to V"
"I don't believe it," said Vance.
"Sound me," said Hoyt.
"What is the chief end of man ?" said
"To glorify God," replied Hoyt.
Then said Hoyt to Vance: "How
many questions are there in the cate
"One hundred and thirty-eight"
"What is sin V" said Vance.
Hoyt rattled out the entire definition
of the Westminster divine, and Vance
"Right again. Now, let us take a
Marble Head in a Gold Mine.
Dr. Cary Cox has a gold mine in
Cherokee county. The other day the
hands were sinking a shaft, and when
six feet below the surface they came
upon two pieces of marble hewn into
the shape and size of the human bead.
The work had evidently been done wilh
good tools and, while not entirely fin
ished, showed that it was a skilled ar
tist who handled the chisel, The beads
were found under six feet of clay,
which, to all appearances, had never
been disturbed and lay directly upon a
bed of slate. Near the mine is a bed of
marble such as the heads are hewn
from. The question is, who made the
heads and how did they get under six
feet .of clay? They are now: in the
hands of Wm. M. Buford, the superin
tendent of the mines. t ;
. BrnncbitiK.--Tfiromt I)iiieKe ften
commence with a eocgh. cold, or unusual exertion
bt the TOiioe. These Incipient symptoms are al
layed by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches.":
which It neglected often result in a chronic trouble
of the throaC x , . .
. Death Distanced.
Alexandria, Ta,, August 4. 1881 t
- H. H. Warner & Co. s Sirs I nave used yom
afe Kidney and liver Cure in my -practice as a
physician, and ta every case I find it works like a
charm.- - - . Rev. B. F. Porter. -
laths and nails down stairs to buUd it
ill. . a.
witn. tome aown in tne yard."
, And Mr. Spoopendyke grabbed his
hew acquisition by the legs and started
on, followed by his wife.
"Do you know how to build a coop?'
asked Mrs. Spoopendyke. as she watched
her husband dig a post-hole in the cor
ner she had reserved for a geranium
"If I don't you probably do," retorted
Mr. Spoopendyke, kicking away at the
spade until he loosened his leg. "Now,
I put this post here and that one there.
Then the two fences make the rest, and
I only lathe up these two dod gast the
post !" he concluded, as it toppled over
on his ear. "Can't you hold it up?
Wbat'er sitting around here like a cork
in a jug V Hold it up, will ye V"
Mrs. Spoopendyke grasped the post
firmly with both hands, and held it at
an angle of fifty degrees.
"Now, hold it perfectly still while I
uig tne oiner noie.
And Mr. Spoopendyke hacked away
at the ground again, and set his second
"I see what you mean," giggled Mrs.
Spoopendyke. "You slat it up from
one post to the other, and then put the
chickens in. My! how nice that will
Mr. Spoopendyke glared at her a mo
ment and then began putting up his
laths, standing between the posts and
the fence corner, and whistling as he
"Now." said he. as he finished, "what
do you think of that?"
Mrs. Spoopendyke examined the job
"It's a perfect palace!" she exclaimed.
Jjut, my dear, how are you going to
"Yah-h-h !" roared Mr. Spoopendyke,
bounding into the air. "Why didn't ye
tell me? What'd ye want to let me
build mvself in like a dod-gasted mum
my, for? Ain't ye got any sense at all,
anywhere? Why didn't ye watch
what I was doing?"
And Mr. Spoopendyke grinned horri
bly through the slats.
"I supposed you were going to build
a hole in it," faltered Mrs. Spoopen
dyke. "So I am!" yelled Mr. Spoopendyke,
jamming his leg through the structure.
"Want any more holes?" and he kicked
the side half way across the yard.
"Four chickens, four holes!" he roared,
and the laths flew in all direction.
"Want any more holes?" and he smash
ed the roof out with the spade. "Holes
constantly on hand ! If you don't see
the hole you want, ask for it!" and he
blew out the end with terrific enerjy.
"New goods coming in all the time!
Second hand holes a specialty !" and he
baDged out the other end. "Parties
wanting holes to send in the country
will consult their interests by applying
here before going elsewhere!" and he
ripped down the rest of the coop with a
prodigious clatter. "Want any more
holes in this particular coop" he roared,
wrenching out the posts and slamming
them across the yard. "Does this hen
coop begin to convey the impression of
having a hole in it V" he demanded,
stalking up to his wife.
"Yes, dear," replied Mrs. Spoopen
dykersoothingly. "I'm so glad yju got
out; but where can we keep the chick
"Keep 'em," replied Mr. Spoopendyke,
with a horrible grimace, and grasping
the wretched fowls by the legs "who's
going to keep 'em ?" and he cut the
lashings. "S'pose I'm going to run my
business just to gratify a measlv whim
of a dod gasted woman ?" and he jerked
the chickens into the air.
Never mind," said Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, as the last bird slid over the
fence and disappeared, "chickens are a
nuisance, anyway. We really didn't
"Why didnt vou sav so before I
bought 'em?" blurted Mr.Sooooendvke.
as he dashed into the house.
"I didn't know it." siehed Mrs. Spoop
endyke, looking around upon the wreck ;
"and, besides, I don't believe we would
have had many eggs, because those
chickens were all roosters."
From the Toledo Blade.
Or EXTRACT OF CELERY AND
CHAMOMILE UPON THE
NEBVOUS SYSTEM and DIGESTIVE
Ae IajariaMr PlMdaeea by Dr C. W
Uentn'i Celery and Chamo
' They have been tested tune and again, and al
ways with satisfactory results. This preparation
Jost meets the necessities of the case. Let me
state Just what my Pills are made to cure, and
wnai mey nave cured and will cure: Neuralgia.
Nervousness, Sick Headache, Nervous Headache,
Dyspeptic Headache, Sleeplessness, Paralysis and
uyspepsis. These diseases are all nervous dis
eases. Nervousness embraces nervous weakness,
irritation, despondency, melancholy, and a rest
less, dissatisfied, miserable state of mind and
These are some of the symptoms of nervous
ness; now, to be fully-restored to health and hap
piness Is a priceless boon, and yet, for 50 cento
you can satisfy yourself that there is a rare for
you, and for $5. at the very furthest Jhat eure can
be fully secured. These Pills are all they are rep
resented to be, and are guaranteed to give satis
faction if used as directed and will cure an case.
Hold by all druggists. Price, 50 cents a boil
Depot 108 North Futaw street, Baltimore, Jtd.
By mail, two boxes for $1, or six boxes for 82.50:
to any address. '
N N N
And are offering them very much below the real value. Call and get a barealn. Have m.f
i ir ireigui several tnings that will pay you to Inspect Just received new
FASHION SHEETS FOR JULY.
:AB3-BAVES & WIMEEIjM
y q j q q
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
CHARLOTTE, IM. C.
Is Warranted to Our
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUCH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, P1MPLE8 and
TENDER ITCHINGSontllpartaof the
body. Itimnke the skin white, motk and mmii, .
remove ten and fi-eokiea, and la th BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOELD. Elegantly pnt up. twe
bottles in one package, oonsisling of both internal
and external treatment.
A01 first olass druggists have it. Frioetl. per package.
C N. Crlttenton, Sole Wholesale Agent for Dr.
C. W. Benson's Beniecies. 115 Fulton street. New
of 3LiTJ"IDT3a33r eft?
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Poglrlve Cure .
Fop aU tkose Painful Complaint and Weaknesses
so eenuaon ts war best female popalatlea.
A Jf edielae ror TTemanTIavcatsd by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
Th Gnatmt atdbal DiMenrr Sine Uu Dswa of History.
fit reTirei the drooping spirits, lnrigorates and
harmonizes the organic fonotlons, girss elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye, and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
toea of fife's spring and early summer time.
Physicians Us It and Prescribe It Freely.-C
It removes t aintness, flatulency, destroys all era-ring
for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cored by its use.
For the core of SBfoer Complaints of eltker sex
UUs CempoBad Is unsurpassed.
rcMW j Iff I
w d j
LTDIA K. PrVKHAM'S BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige of Humors from the
mood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child. Insist onnaving it.
Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
st 333 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of
either, SI. Six bottles for $9. Sent by mail In the form
Of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Krs.Pinkham freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose Set stamp. Send for pamphlet
JJofamfly should be without LYDIa' E. FnTKHAirS
LIVES PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 35 cents per box.
43-Soldby all Druggists.-
Sick of It.
There were in the Mott-O'Hara con
vention, over which Col. Johnston did
himself the honor to preside, some thir
ty negroes, and yet no negro was nomi
nated for office. There were, according
to our estimate about thirty Democrats,
and since the convention adjourned we
hear that some of these have washed
their hands clean of the whole thing.
Other men here and there over the
State, who were inclined to go with the
loerai movement, say now that they
see the true inwardness of the matter
hey will have nothing to do with it.
When you go to your druggist to buy a bottle of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and he offers you some
counterfeit with a similar sounding name and
says "it Is the same thing or Just as good," ask
him his motive for not giving you the genuine
preparation in White Wrapper, with red 2 thereon
prepared by J. H. Zeilln & Co. The only object
such a dealer can have is the fact that he makes
an extra 25 cents per bottle profit by selling a
cheap and counterfeit article which may do you
Bloated headaches, nervous pro Oration and
spinal weakness cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's
F. C. MUNZLER
The Berper & EjiecI Brewery Companys
(Of Philadelphia, Pa.,)
f f lebrated Lager Beer,
In Kegs and Bottles.
BOTTLRD BEER A SPECIALTY.
Bf Have Just received a small lot of BOTTLED
ALE and POBTEB, which I offer to the public at
a reasonable price. Address
FBBD C. MUNZLFJEt,
Lock Box 255; Charlotte, N. C
Thousands of Musical Families throughout North and South Carolina are intending to purchase
PIANOS and ORGANS In the Fall, when cotton comes In. WHY WAIT? Buy at once, and enliven
the long, hot SUMMER MONTHS with Music and make the "HABYIST HOME" still more Joyful.
er Special Offer :
Under our Mid-Summer Sale, we offer to sell during the months of JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEP-,
TEMBEB, 1882, PIANOS and ORGANS, of eveiy make, style and price, at our very lowest cash rates'
On PIANOS $25 Cash, Balance November 1st, 1882.
On ORGANS $10 Cash, Balance Norember 1st, 1882.
WITHOUT ISTEBE5T OE AH? ADVAHCE IH PBICE,
if balance: cant be paid in the fall.
All Instruments of everv crade and
Write us for Catalogues, Price Lists and
Longer lime will be given, with a reasonable increase of price.
price lucmaea m mis saie. Ten your musical inenas oi it.
Circulars. This sale closes October 1 st 1 882. Early Durchase seenres naatr nrfms mil t.m.
bix (n) years guarantee, stool and Instructor with, every Organ. Freight paid both ways If no sale.
IVEoJSxxxltlx XstX-uslo BCbuse.
All work guaranteed. Send orders
Test them in your own hoo es.
PROF. WM. BAKER is mv authorized Tuner And Rpnalrfir
to this house.
WMCIIES and JEWBLOT!
JEWELER, KEEPS CONSTANTLY on HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
WALTHAM AND ELGIN WATCHES,
In Gold and Silver Cases, all of which he fully Warrants Reliable Time Keepers. Business men know
THAT "TITVEU IS MONEY"
And a good investment Is to buy a Good Watch. If your old Watch does not keen time, leave with
Bedford aldh and Ikon springs Watxb and
Mass. The irreat tonic and alterative eon tains
twice as much iron and Sfty per cent, more alum
tnum than any "alum and iron mass" known.
Just the thing for the "spring weakness" now so
general. Bold by all druggists of any standing.
rices reduced one nail,
IF YOU .WANT
A BXAIXT GOOD
As your Stationer
or- pend, P5 cents
In stamps for a
Of Assorted Pat-
inaica, jaaicn jjox.
Bold by all Stationers.
ItIsoil Ulatemau. Tarlor & Co..
H Sous Agests, New York,
h- . il t i. .. - ....
A FINE Thirteen Months Old
J DURHAM BULL can be bought
chean bv iDDlrtnff to u
' Opposite First Presbyterian Church.
8aS 2tthagan -ome
and Democrat copy i,tlme.
TIDDY & BROTHER.
A few days and have it regulated.
He can give over one hundred references in the city.
THE ONLY MEDICINE!
IX EITHER LIQUID OK DEI FORM
That Acta at the same time en
TES LIVES, TEE BO WELS, H
AffB TES EIDEE7S.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
BtcauH to allow these great org one tot
become clogged or torpid, and poieonous
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..WILL SURELY CURE
PILXS? COWBTtPATldir, TJMKABT
DISEASES, FEMAXB WEAKNESSES
, , XS9 XERYOTJS DISORDERS, ,(y
y canting fHt action of Oust organs and
rutoring thHr power to throw off disco
. , Wkj safer Billoos pains aa itches! ' .
ITky tormented with Piles, Constipation!
IThy eadare serroas or tick keasLaeha fj
Vte KIDNEY-WOKTand rejoice in WO. ill
tils put npta Pry YctaMe tjn" 1
cans ons package o( wnich maes six roarU oi
saedtnlns. . Also talinsMFsisa. tstt Cwmsms;
tMtc4, fx ttossetaatfanaotwodUy prepare it. f 1
OKI tt OV TOTJR DETJ0GI3T.-fpJUCK,4te
yna send the dry po&paid.) j, inmiBaroi, TT.
BY Virtue ola decree, ef the Superior Court of
Catawba county, made In the .case of P. C
Shuford and others, plaintiffs, vs. 'A. M. Powell
and others, defendants, at Spring Term, 1882, of
Catawba county Superior Court, the undersigned,
as Receiver, will sell at public sale, at the Long
Island Cotton Mills, on MOrCDAT, the 8BD DAY
of JULY, 1 882, the following valuable Prop erry,
O The lactory of the Long Island Cotton Mills, to
gether with l6b acres land, including the entire
water power of seven feet head, factory building
60i40, two stories high, flooring and saw mills,
store and cotton houses, blacksmith shop and five
tenement houses, and the following machinery :
1 -picker, IBS-Inch doable beater and lapper, 6
86-tnch 14 top fiat cards, railway head. 2 drawlne
framea, .6 deliveries each. 4 ring frames (Brides
berry make), all in good order, 2 Sanforth eap
frames, 132 spindles, total number spindles 810.
l Trans earn gnnaer, puncn ana D&iing press;
also a' Jam lot of eld looms. Dallies, analtinir.
4c. . V . .
For more accurate and, definite description of
the property and the conditions of said tale refer
ence is nerepy maae to tne decree above referred.
-TERMS-Twent3'. per Mpta of . purchase
money cash and tne balance In equal in
stalments or - tnree months ana six month,
bond and approved 8000x117 required- tt
purchaser, or the Receiver is by said Decree n
tboittedto vary. terms to sol. purehasersi, The
Becelver la also authorized bj said Decree to sell
said property at private eatof upon, such .terms as
Shall be agreed upon between him and purchaser. -
ana ne win entertain private dius nam oay oi taie.
o rersons wisnmg to examine saia property wiu -find
Dr A, M. Powell and Mtv Levi Shuford on the -premises;'
either of vrbom will take pleattjela
showing the same. . Addrest
- - JOHN L. COBB, BeeelTfT,
JunS Llnoolnton, Ltnooln county, Kt .
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